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Divorce Step One – Reasons For Divorce

By Paul Myers

A divorce can be a stressful event, it can be a time of heartache and in some cases a time of conflict or aggression, whatever the outcome, there is usually one party that is happier than the other. If a divorce is the final resort, then you will undoubtedly have a few questions to ask regarding the divorce process, grounds for divorce and how to manage the legal practicalities concerned.

If the decision to split is final, then it is important that you seek legal help and advice at an early stage. By seeking advice early you can develop an understanding with your partner that the process is underway, minimising the time the process takes and minimising the stress you will feel subjected to throughout the divorce procedure. Furthermore, the sooner you both understand the legal process the sooner you will both be able to start planning your futures apart.

To help you with your divorce, choose a Family Law Specialist that is able to offer a free consultation, where they can explain all about the divorce process, their expertise in the field and offer guidance. Doing this allows you to visit several lawyers before you can make an informed decision and choose the company that best suits your needs without spending money on consultations.

Foundation for Divorce

In England and Wales there are officially five specific grounds for filing for divorce, with the majority brought because of the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage through ‘unreasonable behaviour’ by either party.

You will be required by law to prove on of the following for successful divorce:

* Adultery. * Unreasonable behaviour by either party. * Desertion by either party for at least two years * Separated for two years with consent. * Separated for five years without consent.

If you are involved in a family dispute and require a Family Law Specialist then contact Widdows Masson Family Law Lawyers.

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